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(Rediff) Episode 62 - Maggie Nelson - ??

(Rediff) Episode 62 - Maggie Nelson - ??

DeLa Poudre


(Rediff) Episode 62 - Maggie Nelson - ??

DeLa Poudre

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Longueur:
67 minutes
Sortie:
Aug 12, 2021
Format:
Épisode du podcast

Description

Pendant la coupure estivale, Lauren Bastide vous invite à (ré)écouter certains des épisodes les plus marquants de La Poudre ?Aujourd'hui on (ré)écoute le passionnant épisode avec Maggie Nelson qui nous aide à penser le queer et le rapport des femmes à la violence avec une poésie inégalable.Cet épisode de La Poudre est disponible à l’écoute dans une version doublée en français. Cliquez ici pour l’écouter.The incredible author and thinker Maggie Nelson is the guest of the 52nd episode of La Poudre. With Lauren Bastide, they talked about about Judith Butler, violence and love.Lauren’s forewordIt’s funny, these past few days, bluets have appeared among poppies and dandelions in the small meadow near the river.I gathered them and put them to dry between the pages 58 and 59.In the river, a lapis lazuli sparkle catches my eye in the water.My hand dives in the water.I take the object. It’s a piece of mosaic, maybe a swimming pool tile. As blue as the river. As blue bluets. As blue as a bruise on my thigh, as my soul on summer evenings, as my pen’s ink on my notebook.Episode summaryMaggie Nelson was born in 1973 in San Francisco where she grew up (08:50). Her parents, high-school sweethearts who were married very young, divorced a year before her father’s death from a heart attack. This tragic event, as well as her family’s story – especially her mother’s sister murder – left their mark on her adolescence (17:16). She moved to New York to go to university and met there important litterary figures such as Eileen Miles or Annie Dillard who both influenced and inspired the young writer she was becoming. She started publishing poetry in 2001 and Jane, a Murder, her first essay in which she explored and confronted her aunt’s death, went out in 2005. Coincidentally, the trial on Jane’s death was reopened at the same time. She published her first novel on the subject, The Red Parts, in which her writing style, between very structured notes and references, autofiction and poetry bloomed (14:20). She completed a trilogy on women and violence in 2009 with another essay, The Art of Cruelty, published the same year as Bluets, a collection of thoughts on the colour blue in which she explores depression’s intricacies (37:10). In 2015 she published The Argonauts, a new hybrid novel revolving around her pregnancy and the parallel transformation of her companion, Harry (54:36). This book, published in a dozen foreign languages, puts her at the forefront of world literature. Her sharp, complex and subtle writing and queer thought gives her recognition in many countries and a wide audience already waiting on her next book.Executive Producer : Nouvelles Écoutes Production and signature tune : Aurore Meyer-MahieuProduction assistant : Gaïa Marty Editing and mixing : Marion EmeritSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sortie:
Aug 12, 2021
Format:
Épisode du podcast

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Deux fois par mois, au micro de Lauren Bastide, écrivaines, artistes, chercheuses et militantes se racontent et prennent le pouls des luttes féministes et antiracistes contemporaines. Un épisode un jeudi sur deux. Depuis 2016, la journaliste reçoit dans La Poudre des femmes artistes, militantes ou politiques pour des conversations intimes et profondes qui ont passionné de millions d’auditeurices. Ces récits, enrichis de documentaires événementiels, de tables rondes, et d’analyses par les plus grandes expertes des luttes pour les droits des femmes, en France et dans le monde, forment un tableau captivant de la société à l’heure de la révolution #MeToo. La Poudre was created by journalist and feminist activist Lauren Bastide, co-founder of Nouvelles Ecoutes studio, to offer women a safe space to express themselves. In a one-hour long, in-depth conversation, inspirational women artists, activists, scientists and politics talk about themselves, their path and struggles, but also about the incredible times we are living for women’s rights. Many episodes of La Poudre have been recorded or dubbed into English. Search for the ?? !